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In 1920 John B. Watson (Founder of Behaviorism) and Rosalie Rayner attempted to show how fear could be induced in an infant through classical conditioning. Entitled Conditioned Emotional Reactions this investigation would became one of the most (in)famous psychology studies ever conducted and would be known forever as "The Case of Little Albert".
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Audio recording of Conditioned Emotional Reactions by John B Watson & Rosalie Raynor (1920). This iconic study is one of the most famous and some would say infamous in the history of psychology. It would become known forever as "The Case of Little Albert". Produced as a free academic resource by http://www.all-about-psychology.com
Topics: psychology, john b watson, rosalie raynor, classical conditioning, behaviorism, behaviorist, little...
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Topics: Psychology, Comparative, Behaviorism (Psychology)